Tom Brady (above left celebrating with LeGarrette Blount) threw for 312 yards, three touchdowns and led the Patriots to two second-half scores in a 34-27 victory Sunday night in the “Deflategate” rematch.
In a series defined by wild games and crazy plays, Indy’s awful punt might have been the worst of the worst. With most of the offensive line set up near the right sideline, Indy snapped the ball to Colt Anderson, who was immediately tackled for a 1-yard loss that gave the Patriots the ball at the Colts 35.
Six plays later, Brady got free from the pass rush and hooked up with Blount for an 11-yard touchdown pass to give the Patriots a 34-21 lead early in the fourth quarter.
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